Middle School West, Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 - Day 3
Posted on: Feb 7, 2018
Good morning, it is Wednesday, February 7th. It is a day 3.
The STMA MATHCOUNTS team took 1st Place Tuesday at the regional competition in St. Cloud. Tyler O. finished in the top 16 out of 125 individuals competing and Nathan E. will continue on to the state competition with the team in March.
If you are interested in the Exploratory Activity “A Day in Kindergarten” – on your preapproval form please indicate which option you would prefer. Option A is to spend the day with one kindergartner buddy or Option B is to spend the day in PE helping each class.
Coach Anderson of the varsity girls’ lacrosse team is holding an informational meeting tomorrow after school in the lecture hall for all 7th & 8th grade girls interested in playing on the high school lacrosse teams this spring.
Hello Softball players. It's that time of year to make your summer softball plans. Whether you want a recreational or travel softball experience, we have the program for you. Go to www.stmagirlsfastpitch.com to check out our programs and register. Registration is open through February 19.
There will be an organizational meeting right after school in the lecture hall on February 21st for all 7th & 8th grade girls interested in playing school softball this spring.
The 8th Grade Boys A Basketball team picked up their third win of the season with a 53-39 homecourt victory over the Big Lake Hornets. Uriah P. poured in 21, and Johnny T. netted 15 to lead the Knights. The Gold B Team didn’t fare as well, dropping in their game to a talented Hornet squad. Tate L. showed some nice defense, earning 5 steals to go along with his 2 points, Charlie M. helped out on the glass, collecting 8 rebounds. Trey B. led the Knights in the scoring column, putting in 14.
The 7th grade boys’ basketball team picked up a win against Big Lake 49-38 last night. The Knights had a sluggish first half with many fouls and missed shots. The second half was much better with many nice pass plays and improved defense. Ten players got in the score column proving team balance is a strength. Grant R. scored 11 and five other players kicked in 6. Logan K. was tough on the boards gaining many important rebounds in the win. The Gold B team got off to a rough start in their loss to Big Lake. After being down by 9 points the boys rallied back but came up short 26-24. Nine different players scored with Jacob V. leading the way with 6 points. Hayden H. sparked the rally playing a solid floor game with good quickness and passing.
Lunch today: Lines one and two have cheese ravioli with marinara sauce. Line three has meatball sub on a hoagie bun, PBJ grape, and deli turkey on a hoagie bun.
Have a great day.
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